Bristol – 2

Like last week, this is another shot from wandering around Bristol RI.

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Photo Information

  • Date Taken: 12/20/2015 16:16:59
  • Camera: NIKON D90
  • Camera NIKON CORPORATION
  • Exposure: 1/15 s at f/3.2
  • ISO: 2000
  • Lens: 105.0 mm f/2.8
  • Focal Length: 105.0 mm
  • Flash: Did not fire
  • Exposure Program: Aperture priority
  • Metering Mode: Center Weight

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Bristol – 1

Quick side note for some folks.  Apparently my most recent photos are showing up with some wonky looking colors.  This is due to the color space that lightroom/photoshop was assigning photos on my new laptop.  This should be all sorted out now, but let me know if the color still looks off.

Anyways, my mother-in-law is quite the foodie, so for her birthday this year we went to Bristol RI to try out the Persimmon Restaurant.  While wandering around Bristol before dinner, I was able to get the shot below, showing a brick path to the harbor during sunset.

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Photo Information

  • Date Taken: 12/20/2015 16:28:42
  • Camera: NIKON D90
  • Camera NIKON CORPORATION
  • Exposure: 1/40 s at f/2.8
  • ISO: 800
  • Lens: 105.0 mm f/2.8
  • Focal Length: 105.0 mm
  • Flash: Did not fire
  • Exposure Program: Aperture priority
  • Metering Mode: Center Weight

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Angie and Paul’s Wedding – 7

Took a short break from posting photos over the last two weeks for Thanksgiving then for some home renovation, but this week I plan on posting our last photo from Angie and Paul’s wedding.

The photo below is one of my favorites from the end of night dancing and just has a really fun vibe to it.

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Photo Information

  • Date Taken: 10/2/2015, 8:38:21 PM
  • Camera: NIKON D90
  • Camera NIKON CORPORATION
  • Exposure: 1/200 s at f/4.0
  • ISO: 1250
  • Lens: 11.0-16.0 mm f/2.8
  • Focal Length: 16.0 mm
  • Flash: Return light detected, compulsory mode
  • Exposure Program: Manual
  • Metering Mode: Matrix

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Angie and Paul’s Wedding – 6

I finally finished editing all the photos from this  wedding late last week, so we’re approaching the end of this photos series.  But in the mean time, this weeks photo is from the church.

Getting shots that I was happy with in the church was particularly difficult.  It was much darker than I expected, and I wasn’t allowed to use a flash.  However I was able to get a few decent shots by setting my ISO to 1600 and using the lowest aperture setting available.  Even with these settings, I found most of the photos were only OK in color and tended to work better once I changed them into B&W.

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Photo Information

  • Date Taken: 10/02/2015 15:10:21
  • Camera: NIKON D90
  • Camera NIKON CORPORATION
  • Exposure: 1/100 s at f/2.8
  • ISO: 1600
  • Lens: 24.0-70.0 mm f/2.8
  • Focal Length: 70.0 mm
  • Flash: Did not fire
  • Exposure Program: Manual
  • Metering Mode: Matrix

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Angie and Paul’s Wedding – 5

While we were gathering people up for family shots,  one of the bridesmaids told me that their champagne glasses matched the actual dresses they wore.  Immediately I knew that I wanted the glasses to be in focus, but the bridesmaids to be blurry in the background.

Unsurprisingly, conveying how this needed to be shot was harder than I expected.  I’m pretty sure they thought I was crazy and therefore didn’t want to extend their arms all the way, but the final product came out great.

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Photo Information

  • Date Taken: 10/02/2015 17:35:26
  • Camera: NIKON D90
  • Camera NIKON CORPORATION
  • Exposure: 1/60 s at f/2.8
  • ISO: 1600
  • Lens: 24.0-70.0 mm f/2.8
  • Focal Length: 24.0 mm
  • Flash: Return light detected, compulsory mode
  • Exposure Program: Manual
  • Metering Mode: Matrix

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Angie and Paul’s Wedding – 4

As I mentioned in my last post, the first look that the bride and groom is a classic wedding shot.

Today, I’m going to let the grooms face speak for me.

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Photo Information

  • Date Taken: 10/02/2015 13:05:04
  • Camera: NIKON D90
  • Camera NIKON CORPORATION
  • Exposure: 1/60 s at f/5.0
  • ISO: 1000
  • Lens: 24.0-70.0 mm f/2.8
  • Focal Length: 24.0 mm
  • Flash: Return light detected, compulsory mode
  • Exposure Program: Aperture priority
  • Metering Mode: Center Weight

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Angie and Paul’s Wedding – 2

As I mentioned in my last post, our original plan for wedding photos was a series of outside shots, but the rain and wind sidelined that plan.  However, since we knew that it was going to rain about a week in advance of the wedding, I suggested that we might still be able to get outside shots if the bride and groom brought wellies and an umbrella….and were willing to getting a little wet.

Unfortunately I didn’t take into account how miserable the wind would make it right on the water.  But luck was with us, and we were able to sneak out onto the deck when the wind died down to get the shot below.

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Photo Information

  • Date Taken: 10/02/2015 13:42:08
  • Camera: NIKON D90
  • Camera NIKON CORPORATION
  • Exposure: 1/125 s at f/4.0
  • ISO: 200
  • Lens: 24.0-70.0 mm f/2.8
  • Focal Length: 40.0 mm
  • Flash: Return light detected, compulsory mode
  • Exposure Program: Aperture priority
  • Metering Mode: Center Weight

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Angie and Paul’s Wedding – 1

On October 2nd, a good friend of my wife’s got married in Narraganset.  It was also my first time as a paid wedding photographer, which was a really fun, if slightly terrifying, experience.

While we were planning with the couple, we suggested that they meet up before the ceremony to get shots of their first sight of each other.  This allowed us a lot of extra time for photography on location and gave us extra time after the ceremony for family photos.

Unfortunately, since it turned out to be a rainy and extremely windy weekend, we were not able to use any of our scouted locations.  Instead we used the inside of the towers which is where the reception was held.  This actually worked out quite well and is where I got the shot below.

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Photo Information

  • Date Taken: 10/02/2015 13:24:49
  • Camera: NIKON D90
  • Camera NIKON CORPORATION
  • Exposure: 1/60 s at f/4.0
  • ISO: 400
  • Lens: 24.0-70.0 mm f/2.8
  • Focal Length: 24.0 mm
  • Flash: Did not fire
  • Exposure Program: Aperture priority
  • Metering Mode: Center Weight

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Acadia – Egg Rock Lighthouse

On the way out to whale watching, we went by Egg Rock lighthouse.  I wasn’t able to get a decent picture of it mostly because the angle from the boat wasn’t working with the sky.  However, on the way back I was able to get the lighthouse with mostly mountain behind it.

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Photo Information

  • Date Taken: 08/29/2015 14:48:50
  • Camera: NIKON D90
  • Camera NIKON CORPORATION
  • Exposure: 1/800 s at f/8.0
  • ISO: 200
  • Lens: 70.0-300.0 mm f/4.5-5.6
  • Focal Length: 300.0 mm
  • Flash: Did not fire
  • Exposure Program: Manual
  • Metering Mode: Manual

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Acadia – Whale Watching

On our third day in Acadia, we decided to check out Bar Harbor and take a whale watching tour instead of exploring more of the park.   Along with seeing some whales on the tour, we also saw several sea birds and what felt like hundreds of dolphins.

Since dolphins and whales can pop out of the water in unexpected locations, I chose to use a larger aperture which allows more of the frame to be in focus.  I paired this with manual mode instead of aperture priority, allowing for more consistently exposed shots that wouldn’t be affected by the water’s reflection.

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Photo Information

  • Date Taken: 08/29/2015 12:59:09
  • Camera: NIKON D90
  • Camera NIKON CORPORATION
  • Exposure: 1/2500 s at f/8.0
  • ISO: 200
  • Lens: 70.0-300.0 mm f/4.5-5.6
  • Focal Length: 230.0 mm
  • Flash: Did not fire
  • Exposure Program: Manual
  • Metering Mode: Manual

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